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1993 190e rear speakers

 
Old 07-17-2011, 11:15 PM
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I have seen many posts on the speaker wiring. All I'm trying to do is remove the rear OEM speakers and replace them with new ones. I have taken out the black "cradle" they sit in. How do I take the speakers out of that cradle and unhook the wires? thanks for the help!
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pop em out

I just did this on my daughter's car - all you have to do (once the black "cradles" are out) is push the speakers out of the plastic housings (if you need to move these, there is a locking tab that you get at from the trunk - 2cm wide towards the rear), and then there are the standard MB wiring connectors (they look like white tubes about 2cm long) about 150cm away from the speakers down the wires.
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thank you very much for the reply...it seemed like it could be that simple but the speakers didn't seem to want to budge. Now I know all they need is some force. Was the wiring on your daughters plug and play?
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wiring

The wiring on my daughter's car went to the fader, and I put a new deck in the car as well, so I pulled the back seat, driver seat, carpets, and ran new wires as well. The wires to these speakers come from the fader, and the new deck in her car (ipod control thing - she's 16) has built in fader, plus her fader was noisy even after cleaning it.
If you want to put in new speakers, and the rest of the system is good - just use the brown wires as negative, and the other as positive - you should be able to just cut the wires next to the old speakers and put crimp type butt splice terminals to the new ones.
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im trying to replace my rear speakers but dont know if im supposed to get 5-1/4 or 6-1/2 size speakers please help
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I need to know how to get the black cradles out so I can remove the speakers.
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